Is it a bird? A plane? A UFO? No, it’s Venus and it pairs up with the crescent Moon in a wonderful holiday display. Learn when and where to view it!
Farmers’ Almanac astronomy provides the best times to view meteor showers, full moons, facts about planets and stars, plus more!
There’s been some debate over when we officially ring in the new decade. Is it 2020 or do we wait another year? We explain.
December’s Cold Moon turns 100% full on 12/12 at 12:12 a.m. Eastern Time. That’s a lot of 12s! Should those living in the Eastern Time Zone buy a lottery ticket? Or get married? We explain.
On Thanksgiving and Black Friday (November 28-29), skywatchers will be treated to a dazzling spectacle of planetary lineups in the sky after sunset. See when and where to look!
This week, Earth will wander into a 600-year-old cosmic dust trail that may make for some exciting shooting stars if you know when and where to look!
Depending on which time zone you live in, you may see the Harvest Moon on Friday the 13th. Find out how long it will be until the next one If you miss it!
We will all be treated to two eye-catching events in the evening sky in the coming days ahead. Here are the details!
On the evening of July 16th, many parts of the world will be able to watch a partial eclipse of the full Moon. See who’s in luck!
An asteroid nearly a mile wide is expected to pass by Earth this holiday weekend. Should we be nervous? Who can see it? We have the details…